The Baron's Bounty (The Barons of the Cinque Ports Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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"She felt his intense need poking at her, and she knew if they continued this, they'd be going at in the bushes before long." - Enough said
"She likes your squire, "Isobel told him with a giggle. Isna thet cute?" - faux Scots plus modern - no typos here btw.
"O course ye'll no' hear a word aboot it comin' from me lips becooz I ken it is no' true" - had to show a 'becooz'.
Filled with drama, secrets, murder, possible treason, passion, a shoe obsession, romance, second chances, love and a few twists and turns along the way. I never figured out the big secret until the very end and then, the really big secret, I was simply in awe.
I absolutely loved this story. I couldn't put it down. Keep turning pages until the very last page. I had to see the ending!! I loved the way the author incorporated the heroine's shoe obsession into the story and the few other secrets was simply outstanding. Frankly, I never saw the big secret coming. WOW! A very exciting and invigorating story! Well written with vivid descriptions. The characters are engaging, endearing, challenging and realistic. I can not lie, I wanted to smack the heroine a time or two, and had my fingers crossed she'd come though in the end. I wanted to shake her and scream "NO, absolutely not".
Fans of historical romance with suspense, mystery, drama, and awe moments, you, simply DO NOT want to miss "The Baron's Bounty. A must read! Well done. I look forward to reading more invigorating tales from Ms. Rose!!
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Heat rating: Mild
Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More
I am so frustrated with the universal theme (regardless of plot or time period or genre) that the heroine has to work hard, and harder still to eventually and finally win the hero's love. Why it cannot be the other way around, at least sometimes? It has to be what most readers prefer since romance writers will not deviate from this formula. And I just don't get it. My guess is that most romance readers are women, and if that is the case why would they enjoy so much, that another woman has to struggle for most of the story to win the man's affection (often at the cost of her self respect and pride) . Or why are so many readers outrage when the heroine shows some "real" resistance to the hero's advances. When this happens in a romance story, the heroine's reason(s) for doing so are not because she is not smitten or in love with the hero, but for a variety of other reasons. And heaven forbids if she shows the slightest inclination to behave (even a little bit) as a female version of a rake, the furious outrage has no limits. Throughout the history of human kind there has always been women, that just like men can inspire love and devotion first. Besides romance novels are no really very reflective of real life, regardless of the time period. So why can we have once in a while, a story about a man who falls in love first and has to spend most of the story trying to win the woman's affection. The best I have been able to find in the Kindle library, is the scenario where they both fall in love around the same time. I wish that if other readers feel as I do, they would voice their opinions in their reviews, and just maybe some writers would realize that not everybody likes the same theme.